‘Outright Promotion of Pedophilia’: Whistleblower Urges People to #CancelNetflix for Pushing Child Abuse

Whistleblower Lila Rose of Live Action is calling out streaming video platform Netflix for their promotion of child abuse in the recent release of the movie “Cuties,” which features 11-year-old girls twerking to discover their sexuality.

“Anytime an adult or anyone is engaging with a child in a sexual way, that is sexual abuse, and there are laws against it, as it should be,” Rose said in a viral video.

“This is completely inappropriate. It’s evil. It’s harmful to children, and an 11-year-old is a child. Legally, she is a child…. She’s prepubescent, and anybody sexualizing her, anybody treating her in a sexual way, or taking sexual photos of her, or creating a sexual film about her, that is a form of objectification and exploitation,” she explained.

The film’s writer and director, French filmmaker Maïmouna Doucouré, actually has the nerve to say that “Cuties” is about rejecting the sexualization of children.

Doucouré can be seen commenting about her film here:

However, IMDB’s initial description of the movie describes “highly sexualized & erotic dance scenes that purposefully exploit & objectify numerous scantily clad under age girls.”

The movie also apparently features “female breast nudity of a minor during an erotic dance scene and lengthy & excessive closeup shots of breasts, and spread crotches of 11 year old girls during numerous sexualized dance scenes.”

Rose explains that “Cuties” is part of a broader agenda to mainstream pedophilia throughout the West.

“Pedophilia today, I think, is being normalized,” Rose said, noting that there is a growing LGBT-friendly movement that says “man-boy relationships should be normalized.”

“What this film does is it says that it is okay for people to gape at, to look at, to actually approve of, and even promote young girls acting in sexual ways at just 11,” she continued.

“This is what pedophiles do. They groom their victims that they should be acting sexy as children, that they are sexual beings as children and should act out sexually. And pedophiles use that approach…to get them acclimated so they they can abuse them,” Rose added, calling “Cuties” a “grooming mechanism” for a “culture that objectifies women and young girls.”

Rose’s full rant about the necessity to cancel Netflix can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported about the academic movement that Rose has described to mainstream man-boy love that is capitalizing on the momentum of the LGBT rights movement:

University of Texas at Austin professor Thomas Hubbard has been writing about the concept of “pederastic intimacy” in an attempt to rationalize child rape.

Hubbard has written that pederasty, or sexual relations between a man and a boy, was a “prominent social phenomenon in numerous ancient Greek cultures.” He claims that “contemporary American legislation premised on children’s incapacity to ‘consent’ to sexual relations stems from outmoded gender constructions and ideological preoccupations of the late Victorian and Progressive Era.”

His 22-page article, published in the academic journal Thymos, is titled “Sexual Consent and the Adolescent Male, or What Can We Learn From the Greeks.” It is little more than a thinly-veiled argument to legalize pedophilia and enable the victimization of young children.

Hubbard argues in his article that “where age discrepant relationships are commonplace and positively reinforced, they cause little or no long-term harm to the younger partner and often confer great benefit.”

He believes in lowering the age of consent first to grease the slippery slope toward the legalization of pedophilia. He says that America “should consider moving in the direction of what most European states do, which is to maintain an age of consent of 14 or 15.”

A student also claims that Hubbard made them “write a paper over lowering the age of consent and lowering the punishment for sexually assaulting a child under the age of 6.” Hubbard has been published by the North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA), an explicitly pro-pedophilia group.

Hubbard tepidly disavowed NAMBLA by saying that he does not “endorse NAMBLA’s idiosyncratic approach to legal reform” and does not “share the sexual orientation of its members.” However, from his literature, it seems as if Hubbard is extremely sympathetic to their pro-pedo point of view.

A spokesman for UT-Austin stands by Hubbard claiming that “the study of controversial and even offensive ideas is protected by the First Amendment—as is the right of others to strongly disagree with and draw attention to those ideas.”

Would the same standards that apply to pro-pedo scholarship still apply if a professor published controversial opinions on race, IQ, immigration, climate change or an issue that leftists do not approve of? Probably not.

The moral panic that is growing against the mainstreaming of pedophilia is more than justified.

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